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On the scent of Coogee?

Tent, Jan


In ANPS Occasional Paper No. 4 'The Cogie: a case of a conflated name?' (Tent, 2018), the orthographic variants cogie and coogee are noted. The question arises whether there is any connection between the two, and the various other toponyms in NSW and WA that bear or contain the form Coogee, or one very similar to it.2 In this Occasional Paper, I examine each of these locations and consider the etymologies of their toponyms.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
Source: Newsletter of the Australian National Placenames Survey
Access Rights: Open Access via Publisher site


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